Tuesday, March 30, 2010


Yesterday I dreamed I had twins. The delivery was painless, and the babies were kinda purple but human. A few minutes later, though, they transformed into... opossums! Male and female, small and cute. And very nervous too, they wouldn't stop running all over me, so I said they must have taken some caffeine.

I was okay with my baby opossums, anyway. But now that I'm awake, I'm VERY curious about the father's identity!

G. E.

Monday, March 29, 2010


I haven't had any coherent dream for a while :-( So, again I'm going to talk about a recurrent dream.

Perhaps the movie Titanic has something to do with this, but quite often I dream I'm traveling by ship and the ship sinks. And yeah, sometimes it's the Titanic indeed. Some other times it isn't, though, so perhaps this dream has some secret meaning. Probably about the political situation of my country (I refuse to explain that, it's way too boring).

Generally I know the ship is going to sink. When it starts to sink, I try to save myself and whomever is with me, if I'm traveling with some other person. No one comes to save me (or save us), but sometimes there's an island nearby. Whew! Fortunately, in these dreams there aren't sea monsters. Another whew!

Not all the ships sink, though. A few times I've traveled in old pirate ships and had the craziest adventures. Kraken included :-D

G. E.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010


In the first part of my dream, there was a Christmas parade. First I was just watching, but somewhere in the middle of the dream I joined the parade. I wasn't walking, though, but sitting on one of many carts that slid on an ice track like a sleigh.

Then we went through a tunnel formed by the most beautiful and colorful set of Christmas lights you can imagine (sorry, I don't have a picture). The sky was dark, and the lights shone like a million stars. It was wonderful.

In the second part of my dream, I found three cheetah cubs in my house, all soft and cute. Where did they come from, I don't have a clue, but they were there and I played with them for a while. Then I thought that I couldn't keep them. I mean, my house is quite small, and the cubs would grow and need a lot more space. So, when their mother came for them, I opened the front door of my house to let them all go.

Apparently, the front door of my house led to Africa. I'll keep that in mind for my next dream. It would be a fast and cheap way to travel around the world!

G. E.